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Political Junkie: First Interview For Fired FBI Director James Comey Ken Rudin offers analysis of the former FBI director's appearance on ABC. BBC Look-Ahead: Syrian Airstrikes BBC News' Camilla Mills has the latest on Britain and France joining the United States in bombing Syria. Yuba City Teacher Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Disciplined 20 Years Ago Jim Whiteaker continued to teach and coach at Yuba City High School after decades of complaints. KVIE Documentary Explores 'The Gold Rushes Of...
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Democracy Now!
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Four broadcasts from September 11, 2001 from Democracy Now in New York City (from 9am to 1pm). The World Trade Center coverage starts approximately 3/4 of the way through the first broadcast. Note: At 3:05 into the first hour of broadcast United Airlines Flight 175 can be heard crashing into the South Tower in the background of the recording. Preservation Note: The fourth hour of broadcast cames from multiple sources including an audio cassette from WORT-FM and a Real Audio file. The audio...
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For Your Ears Only / On Air
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Lineup INTRODUCTION I. WAR (ROOM) WITHOUT END *Holly Bailey, NEWSWEEK White House Correspondent *Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Editor-at-Large II. SOUTHERN DISCOMFORT *Christopher Dickey, NEWSWEEK Paris Bureau Chief III. A. PLAYING CHINA *Orville Schell, Director, Asia Society Center for US-China Relations B. JERUSALEM WALL + OLMERT FALL *Kevin Peraino, NEWSWEEK Jerusalem Bureau Chief IV. PROJECT GREEN: ASTHMA & POLLUTION *Christopher Norwood, Executive Director of Health People, the Bronx V....
Topics: Newsweek on Air, war, war room, Southern, China, Jerusalem, Olmert, asthma, pollution, Stiller,...
2 parts. Radio interview regarding TOBACCO SMOKE CONSTITUENTS; YOUNG ADULT SMOKING.
Topics: tobacco, cigarette, tobacco smoke constituents, young adult smoking, Browse by keywords in UCSF...
News Network - A group of transportation officials broke the news to California lawmakers Monday that the new span of the Bay Bridge won't be ready to open the Tuesday after Labor Day, as scheduled. Transportation Reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle Michael Cabanatuan has been covering the Bay Bridge story and joins us with the latest details. Plus, if you've ever tried to park in downtown Reno you've probably experienced the City's troubled transition from coin-operated parking meters to...
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Sacramento Grid 2.0 Sacramento's urban core is bursting at the seams with new development. But does it have the transportation infrastructure to support all the new people that will be crowding into the city to watch the Sacramento Kings or a show at Music Circus? The Future of Cycling in Sacramento May is Bike Month but it's not like cyclists suddenly garage their bikes come June. And there could be a lot more cycling in the city in the near future as Sacramentoâs urban core expands. Tourism...
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Sculpture Vote - We have more on what led to a unanimous vote by the Sac City Council to buy the sculpture nicknamed "Piglet." Sikkil Gurucharan - One of the most respected and well-known Carnatic vocalists is visiting UC Davis on a Fullbright Scholarship teaching special classes in the departments of Religious Studies and Music. Sikkil Gurucharan was nominated for the Best Contemporary Jazz Album at the 51st Grammy Awards and he was featured among 35 Game Changers under the age of 35...
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Insight: PolitiFact California / Grand Canyon Expedition / Sound Advice / Cellist Amit Peled For Thursday's Insight, we hear about PolitiFact's latest fact checks, a 135-mile rafting expedition by UC Davis, hip-hop and punk music in Sacramento and a preview of cellist Amit Peled's upcoming performance.
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Toni Atkins Takes The Gavel As Leader Of The California Senate Cody Drabble Senator Toni Atkins discusses per priorities for the state as she takes over as leader of the California Senate this week. Atkins will be the first ever female leader of the California Senate - and its first openly gay leader. 'Paving The Way' For Women's Political Equality Chris Remington Steve and Suzie Swatt share a new book called "Paving the Way: Women's Struggle for Political Equality in California." The...
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
by Federal Communications Commission. Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service
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"This sound recording of a Berlin broadcast to Allied forces contained the war news report "Surpassing the Enemy's Head Start" by Reich Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels; "Home Sweet Home" read by a Nazi commentator; and a program consisting of American music and comments by "Midge," Mildred Elizabeth Gillars, an American citizen dubbed "Axis Sally" by the American military." National Archives Identifier: 2292468
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Topics: WWII, Old Time Radio, Goebbels, Joseph, 1897-1945, World War, 1939-1945, World War II, Gillars,...
Humanities West-audio
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St. Petersburg: The Arts in Imperial Russia: Recording
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Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for June 2, 2005 * Senators George McGovern and Mike Gravel Reflect on How Deep Throat Helped Bring Down the Nixon Presidency by Exposing the Watergate Scandal * EXCLUSIVE... Jennifer Dohrn: I Was The Target Of Illegal FBI Break-Ins Ordered by Mark Felt aka "Deep Throat" * Investigative Journalist David Wise on the Significance of Watergate, Anonymous Sources and the Crackdown on Civil Liberties
Topic: Democracy Now
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"This tape features man-on-the-street reactions to the verdict of the Dan White trial that culminated in the White Night riot of May 21, 1979. Over 10,000 people came out to San Francisco's Civic Center to protest the decision of the courts to convict the former supervisor on two counts of voluntary manslaughter, for which he would receive less than five years of jail time. The reactions of those interviewed range from mournful to livid, with some calling for the total destruction of City...
Pacifica Radio Archives: National Endowment for the Arts Grant 2011
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Samuel Beckett's radio play Embers directed by Ira Wall and with performances by Stacy Keach and Sudie Bond.
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Galileo's Universe: Science, Art and Music in the Renaissance: Audio Recording
Topics: humanities, Geographical Region: Southern Europe, Time Period: Early Modern, Country: Italy,...
Actuality from the panel "Coming Out Proud" and the beginning of the panel "A Personal Politic" held during Lesbian Pride Week (1977), organized by the Lesbian Feminist Liberation. The panels were held at the Women's Center in New York, NY. Speakers in the "Coming Out Proud" panel are Mary Ann Antonelli, Carmen Garcia, Pandy Conrad[sp?], Doris London. The speaker in "A Personal Politic" is Andrea Dworkin. Pasternak introduces saying that she's reading...
Topics: Lesbian Feminist Liberation, Coming out (Sexual orientation), Lesbianism, Lesbians -- Personal...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
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Dem Debate Debrief - The Political Junkie Ken Rudin debriefs the first Democratic debate. Refugee Crisis In Germany - CapRadio's Katie Orr joins us from Germany. She's been part of a fellowship and shares her observations about the influx of refugees. Kushman By The Bottle - CapRadio's resident wine expert Rick Kushman will talk about bad writing in the wine business for the monthly segment, Kushman By The Bottle. Reefer Sanity - UC Davis chemistry professor Don Land talks about the science...
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Due to an uploading error with this program, full files can also be found with identifiers: iNSIGHT-161003 or Insight-161003_78 Political Junkie Goes West The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment. Looking Into The Gender Bias In Yosemite National Park National Park Services Superintendent Don...
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Sacramento Bee Reporter Explains Rising Cost Of Golden 1 Center As Sacramento's skyline continues to grow and change, the costs associated keep going up. For Wednesday's Insight, Sacramento Bee reporter Dale Kasler joins us to talk about the costs of the new Golden 1 Center and the Downtown Commons. Former CalTrans Director Honors Daughter With Memorial Sports Scholarship In 2007, Summer Kempton died from a drug overdose and the Kempton family almost immediately established a memorial fund in...
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Capitol Chat: SB 277, Other Bills - A proposal that would eliminate personal belief exemptions for vaccinations in the State of California met a roadblock Thursday. A California Senate committee held the bill after four hours of public testimony and deliberation. On Capitol Chat, Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler tells us what happened and what's next for the SB277. A bill that would open Medi-Cal, California's health care program for the poor, to undocumented immigrants moved forward this week....
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by Capital Public Radio Inc
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Donald Trump has chosen more people for his staff and cabinet over the weekend, with names like Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. We meet with Political Junkie Ken Rudin to discuss all of Trump's picks and his meeting with Mitt Romney. Google and Facebook have stopped selling ad space to fake news sites, following criticism it impacted the 2016 election. Will this lead to censorship on our social media platforms? USCâs Karen North shares her social media expertise. The story of Thanksgiving...
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Presidential Recordings
by John F. Kennedy
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Establishing the goal of sending a man to the moon. U.S. Capitol. Washington, DC.
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Causerie mensuelle du CIRA-Marseille
Topic: Langage
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There was a lot happening in Stockton last week. A judge failed to rule whether Stockton could cut payments to CalPERS as part of its bankruptcy -a possibly historic ruling- while a three-alarm fire destroyed the city's historic Hotel Earle. Plus, San Joaquin County recorded its lowest ever voter turnout and county district attorney candidate Gary Hickey was arrested for the 5th time in two months. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald has been paying attention to all these stories and...
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Capitol Chat: Budget Talks, Controversial Bills On Insight, Ben Adler takes us through this week's budget discussions at the capitol. ARC Writing Professor Christian Kiefer Wins National Pushcart Prize This week, Christian Kiefer received a national Pushcart Prize for one of his short stories. He reads part of it on Insight with Beth Ruyak. SummerWords Keynote Speaker Carolyn Forche Poet Carolyn Forche joins Insight as she prepares to give the keynote address at this weekend's SummerWords...
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Storm Watch - A big storm is sweeping across Northern California Thursday. Weâll check in with meteorologist Michelle Mead with the National Weather Service to hear about how much rain and snow it delivered to the region. Chennai Floods - Since last week, the Indian city of Chennai has been slammed with major flooding displacing millions and leaving thousands homeless. Weâll talk with two locals from Chennai, UC Davis Professors Archana Venkatesan and Deepa Mahadevan who are helping to...
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News Network: Bill Clinton In Stockton, Sacramento The presidential campaigns are in full swing in California. Bernie Sanders and Bill Clinton, on behalf of Hillary Clinton, kept a busy schedule in the west. CapRadio's Ben Bradford has a recap of Clinton's rally at Sacramento State. Poet Cathy Arellano: 'Salvation On Mission Street' On Insight,author and professor Cathy Arellano talks about her work. Arellano writes about gentrification in her new collection of poetry, "Salvation on...
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City Of Sacramento / Website Outgoing City Manager Talks About Coming Changes, Issues The next few months will be a time of change for the city of Sacramento. Joining us to talk about the changes and coming issues is outgoing city manager John Shirey as part of a two-day conversation starting Wednesday. UC Davis Doctors Explore Storytelling As Part Of Patients' Medical Experience How can telling stories improve patient care? A UC Davis physician and professor joins us in studio to explain...
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Dogs And Dead People Among Eligible Voters In Nevada County There are dozens of ineligible "people" receiving voter registration cards in Nevada County through the Voter Participation Center. Pascale Fusshoeller from YubaNet investigates how voter registration falls into the wrong hands ... or paws. New Smithsonian African American Museum Features Rifle From Grandfather Of Elk Grove Woman The new Smithsonian African American Museum features a rifle from the grandfather of Elk Grove's...
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Highway Patrol Data Shows More Collisions By Officers Data analysis from Capital Public Radio found the number of collisions caused by California Highway Patrol officers has risen 20 percent over the past four years. The Science Of Mudslides In Wildfire Burn Zones Two scientists from the US Geological Survey explain how flooding in areas burned by wildfire earlier this year is causing mudslides this week. Kushman By The Bottle Uncorks A 100-Year Study Wine expert Rick Kushman talks about the...
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
by WA4CZD
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A collection of the marches and martial music extracted from the set of V-Discs that I've uploaded to Archive.org. Since the gov't produced and distributed these records they are public domain but if you intend to make $ or otherwise profit from these files, please consider making a donation to a veteran's charity of your choice. Thanks. :)
Topics: Bands (Music), V-Discs, WWII, World War II, World War, 1939-1945, Marches (Orchestra)
For Your Ears Only / On Air
by David Alpern
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Lineup INTRODUCTION I. CAMPAIGN '08: OBAMA ATTACKS *Eleanor Clift, NEWSWEEK Contributing Editor / Television Commentator *Robert Caro, Lyndon Johnson Biographer, "The Johnson Years, Volume Three: LBJ at Home and Abroad" II. CAMPAIGN '08: MCCAIN’S SURPRISE *Jon Meacham, The Editor, NEWSWEEK *Michael Gerson, former Bush speech writer, author of "Heroic Conservatism: Why Republicans Need to Embrace America’s Ideals (And Why They Deserve to Fail If They Don’t)” III. MEDICARE...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, campaign. Obama, McCain, medicare, globalization, Reagan, Hollywood, New Orleans
For Your Ears Only / On Air
by David Alpern
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Lineup INTRODUCTION I. HOLIDAY BUYING, BIG AUTO & THE BRAIN *David Gross, NEWSWEEK Business Columnist *Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK Science Columnist II. MUMBAI TERROR FALLOUT *Ron Moreau, NEWSWEEK South Asia Bureau Chief *Vishaka Desai, Asia Society President III. GAY MARRIAGE AND THE BIBLE *Lisa Miller, NEWSWEEK Senior Editor *Larry Schwartz, Human Rights Campaign legal director and chief legal counsel IV. LONGEVITY & STEM CELLS *Dr. Cynthia Kenyon, director of the Hillblom Center for...
Topics: Newsweek on Air, holiday, Big Auto, brain, Mumbai, terror, gay marriage, Bible, longevity, stem...
VOA Newscasts
by Voice of America, a U.S. government agency
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English language newscasts of the Voice of America are captured by VOA’s automated system and were subsequently downloaded from voanews.com . Date and time of broadcast are indicated in the filename. The time with “Z” suffix indicates UTC (GMT or Zulu) airtime. These newscasts are in the public domain.
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Analysis Of Supreme Court Nomination Hearings For Neil Gorsuch Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch sat through another long day of congressional questioning as he seeks confirmation to the nation's highest court. UC Davis Law Professor Carlton Larson discusses what we've learned from the testimony. Intellectual Salons At Sierra College: Fear And The Boogeyman How do humans react to and organize around fear? This question is central to the new Intellectual Salon series at Sierra College....
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Fair Political Practices Commission - This year marks the 40th anniversary of Prop. 9, the Political Reform Act of 1974. On Insight, we'll meet the new chairperson of the Fair Political Practices Commission and Election Jodi Remke, who was appointed by Gov. Brown this April. Remke will discuss the implications of Senate Bill 27 enacted this year, which requires the publication of the top 10 campaign contributors to committees supporting and opposing each state ballot measure. The Proposition...
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KXJZ's Insight
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Political Junkie - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Disgraced - The 2013 Pulitzer Prize winning play Disgraced opened over the weekend at Capital Stage in Sacramento. It was written by Ayed Akhtar and focuses on...
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A Look At The New Cap-And-Trade Proposal In The Legislature New cap-and-trade legislation was proposed this week, turning heads at the thought of what the future of offshore drilling will look like. Sacramento Bike Month Brings A Series Of Events For Cyclists Cyclists rejoice! Each May, Sacramento celebrates its bike riders for the miles logged on wheels. Monica Hernandez with SACOG and Jim Brown with SABA explain how Sacramento is supporting its cycling community and the hurdles it faces. East...
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A Recap Of Gov. Brown's China Trip Governor Brown is back in California after a week-long trip to several provinces in China negotiating climate change agreements. We get a final report from Beijing from CapRadio's Ben Bradford who was with the Governor's delegation in China. Capitol Chat: California Budget 2017 Early Thursday, it looked like lawmakers were headed for a deal on California's budget. And though they have started to roll out of pieces of the state budget deal, they haven't reached...
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Prevalence Of Hate And Extremist Groups In California CSU San Bernardino Prof. Brian Levin is the director of the Center For The Study Of Hate & Extremism. He discusses research on hate groups in California and whether violence and unrest like in Charlottesville could spread to California. The View From Here Launches Podcast On Affordable Housing Crisis Four reporters at Capital Public Radio have been reporting on the California affordable housing crisis for a year. Insight is launching the...
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
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"This sound recording captures a speech in which President Harry S. Truman described the results of the Potsdam Conference and announced the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan." National Archives Identifier: 1783706
Topics: Atomic bomb, Hiroshima-shi (Japan), OTR, Old Time Radio, Potsdam Conference, 1945, World War,...
Kathie Sarachild is interviewed on KPFA's "Unlearning to not speak" program by Susan Elisabeth. Sarachild is a member of the Redstockings radical feminist group which has just published a "warning" that Gloria Steinem and MS Magazine (Steinem is editor) may be fronts for the CIA and powers that be to block progress on feminist issues such as the exploitation of women. Focus is on Steinem's political history since the 1960s and her association with the Independent Research...
Topics: American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Unlearning to Not Speak collective.,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
TOTD
Topic: Topik Of The Day
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Local Artists Criticize Plan For $8 Million Sculpture At Downtown Arena - Reaction to a plan to spend $8 million on a sculpture by artist Jeffrey Koons for the new Downtown Sacramento arena has been swift and intense. Though city leaders and arts representative tout the plan as a major coup for Sacramento, many residents and local artists are upset about the cost and where the artist resides. We'll talk with Merle Axelrad and Stephanie Taylor about opposition to Koons and hear why they think...
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The 'Unintended Consequences' Of Proposition 47 There are two new bills going through legislature, aimed at ironing out the "unintended consequences" of Proposition 47. We talk with former Senate President Darrell Steinberg about the glitches in the state's initiative process. U.S. Air Force Band Head To The West Coast For Spring Tour Insight has music from the United State Air Force Band and the Singing Sergeants. The musicians are in the area for concerts Wednesday and Friday in...
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
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"This is a sound recording of "Berlin to North America," a German radio broadcast in English, that was a communique from Adolf Hitler's headquarters that included the Supreme Commander's report on German military operations, read by an unidentified announcer, "Lord Haw Haw" (William Joyce). Also included in this recording, is a propaganda broadcast to Great Britain." National Archives Identifier: 2194735
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Topics: OTR, Old Time Radio, World War II, World War, 1939-1945, WWII, Joyce, William, 1906-1946
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"This sound recording captures African - American contralto Marian Anderson's performance on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. The free open - air Easter Sunday concert was organized after Anderson was denied permission to sing to an integrated audience in Constitution Hall by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The recording also features an introductory speech by Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, in which he decried prejudice in the United...
Topics: Marian Anderson, Old Time Radio, Anderson, Marian, 1897-1993, OTR
WWII Era Audio Recordings
by United States. War Department
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"This is a sound recording of Benito Mussolini as he read Italy's declaration of war against Great Britain and France. The recording is in Italian." National Archives Identifier: 2174239 http://research.archives.gov/description/2174239
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Political Junkie Goes West The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment. Olympian Katie Ledecky Breaks Sacramentan Debbie Meyer's 1968 Record In Swimming As American Katie Ledecky made history at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, she also broke a record that Sacramento swimmer Debbie Meyer had held since...
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Human Rights and Social Justice Conference
by University of Winnipeg Global College
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University of Winnipeg Global College Human Rights and Social Justice Conference February 23-25, 2007 --- Sunday, February 25, 2007 Multiple Facilitators
Topic: human rights, social justice
Presidential Recordings
by John F. Kennedy
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"Ich bin ein Berliner" speech. Berlin, Germany.
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Source: John F. Kennedy Press Conference
Humanities West-audio
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Wagner in His Century: Audio Recording
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China And California Economic Connection - China's instability is rocking economies all over the world and California could feel the impact in a number of ways. UC Davis Professor Dr. Wing Woo explains the correlation to the state economy and why he's concerned. Top 100 'Unelected' - Capitol Weekly announced its list of the Top 100 most powerful "non-elected" people in California government. Some might not be a surprise, but others on the list will be. Pet Tales: Cat Problems - Animal...
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Brussels Attacks Hit Close To Home YubaNet editor Pascale Fusshoeller joins to talk about reports from her friends and colleagues in Belgium in the wake of the attack on Brussels. Wind Youth Services Shelter Re-Opens Executive Director of Wind Youth Services discusses the re-opening of the shelter after receiving over $15,000 in donations. Pet Tales: Veterinary Medicine Trends Pet expert Gina Spadafori joins Insight for this month's Pet Tales to share some of the emerging trends in veterinary...
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California Gov. Jerry Brown's Week Of Legislation Explained Gov. Jerry Brown had another busy week signing key legislation on education and the environment. LA Times' state government and politics reporter Melanie Mason talks about the governor's busy work week. Reyna Grande Shares Memoir About Crossing Mexico-U.S. Border Award-winning novelist and memoirist Reyna Grande shares her new book, "The Distance Between Us," about Reyna's parents making the dangerous trek across the...
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Political Junkie: Presidential Tweets President Trump called for a Justice Department investigation via Twitter. Political Junkie Ken Rudin weighs in on why. Mueller Investigation Passes One-Year Mark Los Angeles Times reporter Chris Megerian is assigned to cover Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation into Russia's interference with the 2016 election. He joins to recap a year of twists and turns, and look ahead to further developments. Green Valley Theatre Company Presents 'A Chorus...
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
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Jim Hawthorne's AFRS show, The Hawthorne Thing, plus promos. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hawthorne/84800724720
Topics: Jim Hawthorne, Hoganites, OTR, AFRS, The Hawthorne Show, Old Time Radio
Pacifica Radio Archives
by Pacifica Radio Archives
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THE DELANO GRAPE STRIKE: Cesar Chavez introduced by Hank Anderson. Cesar Chavez, President of the National Farm Workers Association, spoke in Berkeley under the auspices of of Citizens for Farm Labor, on January 5, about the progress of the Delano Grape Strike and the history of the National Farm Workers Association. He is introduced by Henry Anderson, Chairman of Citizens for Farm Labor. - RECORDED in Berkeley. BROADCAST: KPFA, 15 January 1966. (29 min.) BB2358 Pacifica Radio Archives.
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Presidential Recordings
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Address to American People on the Soviet Arms Buildup in Cuba. Oval Office. Washington, DC.
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Democracy Now! daily radio broadcast for Thursday, June 07, 2001
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WWII Era Audio Recordings
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Basil Rathbone hosted this series of "The World's Greatest Mysteries." BasilRathbone.net gives the show a date of 1957. Files via jimsplayground.com 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential 031 Blackmailed Spy Affair.mp3 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential 032 Missing Bullfighter Affair.mp3 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential 033 Weinriche Affair.mp3 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential 034 Judy Diamond Affair.mp3 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential 035 Senator Payne Affair.mp3 195X-XX-XX Europe Confidential...
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Lake Tahoe Summit - Political leaders from California and Nevada - even a former vice president - are converging on the north shore of Lake Tahoe today to discuss plans for preserving the natural beauty of the lake. Former Vice President Al Gore, California Governor Jerry Brown and Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval are participating in the Lake Tahoe Summit, with Gore delivering the key note speech. The summits have taken place yearly in Tahoe since President Bill Clinton and Al Gore initiated the...
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U.S. Involvement In Iraq - The United States' air strikes in Iraq this past week were intended to stop the Islamic State's advance on the Kurdish capital of Erbil and protect members of the Yazidi religious minority who were coming under attack from the Islamic extremists. But are these new air strikes a sign that the U.S. is pivoting to a more limited role in Iraq focused in Kurdistan? Professor of Modern Islam and Director of the Human Rights Initiative at UC Davis Keith Watenpaugh joins us...
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Sacramento Fentanyl Crisis Update We learn the latest in the investigation into the series of fentanyl deaths and overdoses in the Sacramento County region. DEA Special Agent in Charge, John Martin, talks about the "look-alike" quality of this drug as it's trafficked on the street. PolitiFact: Hillary Clinton / Bernie Sanders Profile On this day of the New York primary, PolitiFact CA reporter Chris Nichols reviews the national fact-checking records of presidential candidates Hillary...
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Insight: Stories Of Immigration / Elizabeth Rosner / Les Dames d'Esoffier / Sound Advice On Insight, we'll have a conversation about Latino and Jewish arrivals and an event from the Latino-Jewish Forum. Author Elizabeth Rosner previews an upcoming event in Sacramento. And we take a look at a food and wine club for women only. Latino-Jewish Forum Hosts Stories of Immigration The Latino-Jewish Forum is hosting an event to share Stories of Immigration to foster greater understanding of the...
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Insight: Political Junkie - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment. Air Resources Board - Capital Public Radio's state government reporter Ben Bradford talks with Mary Nichols, chair of California's ARB, about the future of cap and trade. They also discuss fighting climate change under the...
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Sacramento Council Tackles Policing / Police Chief Daniel Hahn / PolitiFact California On 'Paid Protesters' / Jazz Days Festival CapRadio's Ezra David Romero recaps City Council meeting on policing. Police Chief Daniel Hahn shares his plans to move the department forward. PolitiFact California rates sheriff's "paid protesters" claim. New jazz festival comes to Roseville. Sacramento Police Chief Answers Questions From Council, Community At Meeting. In the wake of the police shooting of...
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Political Junkie Goes West The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment. Exploring The Pension Gap Crisis In California When California lawmakers cut a deal to increase public employee pensions, the state had a very different economic climate. We'll talk with LA Times reporter Jack Dolan about...
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Capitol Chat: UN Climate Change Conference Insight checks in with two reporters at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. Life In The Arctic Weâll talk with photographer and biologist Jim Wilson about the intersection of photography and ecology and life in the Arctic Circle. Couple Takes On The California International Marathon Husband-wife duo Tim and Lindsay Tollefson are preparing for this weekend's California International Marathon. They speak with Insight about their...
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Lyndon B. Johnson secret White House recording.
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Lyndon B. Johnson secret White House recording. Tape 3 of February 1964.
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Armenian Genocide 100 Years Later - Last year, Turkey offered its first-ever condolences over mass deportations that preceded the Armenian deaths. Armenia estimates 1.5 million ethnic Armenians were killed from 1915 to 1923. Turkey says the figure is inflated and that killings of Armenians took place during clashes in which thousands of Turks also died. The country has never officially recognized the killing of hundreds of thousands of Armenians by the Turkish regime 100 years ago as genocide....
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Fire Update - There are three big fires burning in northern California -- Valley, Butte and Rough fires. CapRadio's Linnea Edmeier provides an update on the blazes. Capitol Recap - CapRadio's Ben Adler details how lawmakers voted on major bills last week. The Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie Ken Rudin previews the next major Republican debate, scheduled for next Wednesday. Sasha Abramsky Book - Sasha Abramsky talks about his new book, "The House of Twenty Thousand...
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Capitol Chat / Stories On Stage / The Rosemary Metrailer Story / Sound Advice Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler hosts Capitol Chat; Vanessa Hua is June's Stories on Stage featured author; a documentary focuses on Sacramento LGBT history and Hey, Listen! host Nick Brunner highlights music for this week's Sound Advice.
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